Years ago,before you could find a million books,and thousands of web pages about the Three Stooges,would try to find information on the various members.When searching for Moe Howard,often got results for Joe Howard.I knew Moe,but not Joe.Never did know Joe until I picked up this show.Kind of a nice,charming little show from the infancy of television,and actually enjoyable.So here it is,the Gay 90's Revue,with Joe Howard,not Moe Howard.So dont just know Moe,get to know Joe! ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Joe Howard, Vaudeville, ABC, 1948
Another episode of the detective show "Public Prosecutor", produced by Jerry Fairbanks, Inc. In 1948 this was the first filmed series made especially for television. In 1951 it was turned into a panel show "Crawford Mystery Theatre" by DuMont. Cast: John Howard (Stephen Allen, Prosecuting Attorney), Anne Gwynne (his assistant), Walter Sande (Police Lieutenant), Lee Patrick, Lina Romay, Byron Barr, William Tannen ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, Jerry Fairbanks, DuMont, Detective, 1948
Episode 'The Story of Television' of WNBT's 'Eye Witness' Hosted by Ben Grauer with Guest: Dr. Vladimir K. Zworykin. Air-Date: Feb. 26, 1948 ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, NBC, Live Television, Kinescope, 1948, 40's Television, 1940's
"Studio One" The Medium (1948) Director: Paul Nickell Story (Music) by Gian Carlo Menotti Cast: Maria Powers, Bevery Dame, Anna Maria Alberghetti Original Air Date: 12 December 1948 (Season 1, Episode 3) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Studio One, Classic TV, 1940's Television, CBS, Kinescope, Live TV, Worthington Miner, Opera, Gian...
Early daytime show,geared primarily at the ladies.This episode comes from Philadelphia,where both major political parties held their conventions.This was from 1948, the year of the infamous Dewey defeats Truman election.Was apparently broadcast on both ABC and Dumont. ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, ABC, Dumont, Don McNeill, 1948
One of the earliest surviving kinescopes of the "Howdy Doody" program. Phineas T. Bluster demands 500 marbles per day from Howdy Doody or else he will take over the town. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1940's Television, NBC, Kids, Kinescope, Live TV, 1948